The Secret Service is using an undercover informant job to expand its ability to identify undercover agents, according to Axios.
According to the report, the agent will use his/her knowledge of the organization to obtain intelligence about a specific undercover agent or to collect information about other members of the undercover organization.
The agency says that the agent’s role will involve identifying potential undercover agents and gathering intelligence on them, and the agency is seeking to recruit new agents.
The agents will be asked to identify specific undercover agents as they work, collect intelligence on their movements, and share that information with other agents.
The agents will have access to classified information.
The Secret Service says that it is “committed to keeping our undercover agents safe and to keeping America safe from harm.”
The agency is also looking for an “active, experienced, and skilled” undercover agent.
The FBI says it is also conducting a study on how to increase the agency’s ability to locate undercover agents.